2) If there are 4 green jelly beans, 2 white jelly beans, and 5 purple jelly beans in a jar, what is the probability of

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2) If there are 4 green jelly beans, 2 white jelly beans,
and 5 purple jelly beans in a jar, what is the probability of
choosing a green jelly bean, eating it, and then choosing a
purple jelly bean?

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Amity 9 mins 2023-01-12T23:25:55+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2023-01-12T23:27:13+00:00
    Step-by-step explanation:
    The probability of the first event is
    [tex] \frac{4}{11} [/tex]
    The probability of the second one is
    [tex] \frac{5}{10} [/tex]
    So
    [tex] \frac{4}{11} \times \frac{1}{2} = \frac{2}{11} [/tex]

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    2023-01-12T23:27:38+00:00
    Answer:
    green jelly bean:4÷11
    purple jelly bean:5÷10
    Step-by-step explanation:
    it becomes 10 bcoz u ate one already

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